l:a&ts; for Ponnuru white paccadas and saris of delicate
texture of the same appearance, for saris of the same kind
manufactured by the Kaikolas. one k&Su. The officers of the
king who collect the dues should give a third to Devaraya.
L.R. 42, pp. 422-3.
44. DEVARAYA I AND VIJAYA AND AHOBALA CODA. *
Later. Praudha Devaraya, the king of Vijayanagara, and
his son Vijaya Devaraya had both waged a fierce war upon
Ahobala Coda, when this town was destroyed; some of the
merchants of this place migrated to other countries, whereas a
few settled down in a hamlet which was erected.
Kaifiyat offfan^^nadg^dam^ L.R* 37, p. 246,
Then, Vijayaraya, the son of Praudha Devaraya, the king
of Vijayanagara came to this part; and having defeated the
Malla chiefs f i& battle, he began to rule the country.
Kaifiyat of Pu$pagiri, L. R. 13, p. 52.
46. DEVARAYA I AND ANNADEYA CODA.
RAJAHMUNDRY MUSEUM PLATES? ABSTRACT OF CONTENTS.
1. The son of Bhaktisvara was Annadeva, a handsome
and liberal prince.
2. Annadeva conquered his enemies, and fighting on the
side of the Turuska king at Sagar, he destroyed the Karnata
*An inscription of this Ahobala Co4x dated &1342 (A. D. 1420) iğ found in the
temple of Bbairav5svara*vami at Gotlra.
f The Kaifiyat ha* 'Malla Rajulu'; 'Malla', however, is not the name of their
family, Though they were Telugu C5$a princes, the author of the KaiEyat calls them
' Malla Rajuln', owing probably to the fact that they bore the title * apraiimalla '. The
Malla Rajulu mentioned in the passage are two in number j
i, Apratimalla Gangayadeva Co^a Maharaja. An inscription of tills prince
dated Thursday Magha sn 15, Isvara, 5. 1319 is found in the Bhairavesvara
temple at GotSru near Puspagiri (Z. R. 13, p. 50).
ii. AhobalayyadSva Coga Maharaja, son of Aprati-[malla] Oanapati MaharSja is
mentioned in another record dated Thursday ba 30, Vaisakha, Plava £ 13+3.
(Ibid}. The Millar aj a whom VijayarSya defeated must liar* b*ğa